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Coldwater High School (Coldwater, Ohio)

Coldwater High School
Information
Type Public
School district Coldwater Exempted Village
Principal Jason Hemmelgarn
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 482 students
Color(s) Orange and Black          
Athletics Division III (Football V)
Athletics conference Midwest Athletic Conference
Mascot Cavaliers
Website

Coldwater High School is a public high school located in Coldwater, Ohio. It is part of Coldwater Exempted Village Schools.

Contents

  • Athletics 1
    • Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships 1.1
    • Ohio High School Athletic Association State Runner-Ups 1.2
    • Ohio High School Athletic Association State Final Four Appearances 1.3
  • Notable Alumni 2
  • External links 3
  • Notes and references 4

Athletics

Coldwater is a member of the Midwest Athletic Conference. They have captured over 80 league championships in various MAC-sanctioned sports since 1973. Their mascot is the Cavalier.

Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships


Ohio High School Athletic Association State Runner-Ups


Ohio High School Athletic Association State Final Four Appearances


Notable Alumni

External links

  • District Website
  • Official Website of the Midwest Athletic Conference

Notes and references

  1. ^ a b c  


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